check Stereotype representation in Modelio 4.0?

1 year 2 days ago - 11 months 1 week ago #5980 by Robert Hairgrove
I was looking for a way to show a class stereotype with the traditional <<...>> notation on top of the class box in a class diagram. The stereotype I have created exists in the "LocalProfile" element in the model and is based on Standard.Class. When I choose "Edit element..." from the class context menu, it is shown on the left in the dialog which appears. But nothing is showing in the diagram.

There is a description shown here (under "Representation options"): www.modelio.org/documentation/modeler/mo...masking_elements.htm

However, in Modelio 4.0 I cannot find it. I would like to always use "textual representation" if possible.

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1 year 1 day ago - 1 year 1 day ago #5982 by Robert Hairgrove
Found the answer here:
www.modelio.org/forum/7-general-help/216...and-stereotypes.html

At least now I can set this option for individual classes, etc. But there doesn't seem to be a global setting for this under "Configuration/Diagram themes...", unlike in the earlier version.

Can anyone tell me how to set this globally to "Text" instead of "Icon" (the default)?

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11 months 1 week ago #6000 by ebr
Hi,

I found it in "Configuration/Diagram themes..." menu as shown below. It did not work for you?



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11 months 1 week ago #6012 by Robert Hairgrove
Thank you, this is exactly what I need. Now if I do want an icon, I can set the property individually on each class.

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